Shelter Construction

Working together with UNHCR/ARRA, ANE is consistently engaged in the construction of emergency and transitional shelters for vulnerable refugees in Gambella, Oromia, Benishangul-Gumuz and Somali Regions. Since 2015, ANE has constructed and handed over 300 improved shelters for 1,540 Kenyan Borena refugees in Dillo and Megado refugee settlements.

Furthermore, since 2016, ANE has constructed and handed over 350 transitional shelters and about 400 tents in Terkidi refugee camp. In addition to this, in 2017 the construction of over 612 transitional shelters with community participation have been successfully completed and handed over to the refugee community in Ngugniyel camp. In addition, following the influx of South Sudanese refugees in Ngugnyiel camp about 3,000 emergency shelters have been constructed.

ANE has been constructing shelters in Benhangul-Gumuz since 2015. Initially, 100 emergency shelters were constructed using ANE’s own sources. In 2017, the scope of engagement was enlarged and ANE was able to construct 470 transitional shelters and 500 emergency shelters for Sudanese refugee in Gure-shembola refugee camp.
In 2017, ANE constructed and handed over 204 transitional shelters made of hollow concrete block (HCB) and bamboo for 1,030 Somali refugees in Halawaini and Buramino refugee camps Dolo Ado.